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Our Chennai city is brimming with its energy, and not only famous for its traditional adventure, but it’s also famous for the list of haunted places with real ghost stories. There are a lot of horror tales to tell, despite all of it, Chennai is also a city that stands with a lot of testimony for various paranormal activities.  Here are some of the places as an example.

Haunted Places In Chennai

Demonte colony:

                         It is located in  Right off St. Marys Road in Alwarpet, a bustling locale in Chennai is a jilted colony with ramshackle houses and shady trees on either side. Legend has it that a wealthy Portuguese merchant experienced a demure death after his dismay over the untimely demise of his son and a cursed life with a mentally unstable wife. His ghost is said to haunt the streets and there have been incidents where people have reportedly witnessed locked doors being opened mysteriously.

Demonte-colony

Demonte-colony

 

Broken Bridge in Besant Nagar:

                        We can find this broken bridge in Adyar, an upbeat locality near the placid beaches in Chennai like Santhome beach and Elliot’s beach. The bridge was built to help the fisherman cross over, but could not stand the test of time and turbulent waves and it broke down. It has since then been said that the bridge became the walkway to strange happenings.

Broken Bridge in Besant Nagar

Broken Bridge in Besant Nagar

 

Blue crossroad:

                   The blue crossroad is located in a Custom Colony, Beasant Nagar, Chennai. This road seems to be serene and safe during the day, but locals have asserted jaw-dropping stories of apparitions after the sun goes down. With a school on one side and the old animal welfare side on the other side, this is one of the most unlikely places to expect paranormal presence.

Blue cross road

Blue cross road

 

Karikattu Kuppam:

                 This Karikattu Kuppam is known as death, the” DEATH DISTRICT” of paranormal existence. The spirits of the ill; fated and innocent victims of natures and merciless act rea believed that they are to be roaming in this place till this date. This helmet on the seashore, inhabited primarily by fishermen, has been on the panic radar for years after the tsunami struck in Chennai 2014. We can still find the toys, footwear, clothes on the water-hit areas of this creamy helmet. So if we even see any ghost we would still be spooked a little.

Karikattu Kuppam

Karikattu Kuppam

 

Theosophical society:

                      A 450-year-old banyan tree is the protagonist of the spooky tales at the theosophical society. One of the most popular museums in Chennai was established in1882. This place is supposed to be a venue of full- swing paranormal operations after dusk. Loud screams fill the cold air and name calls follow suit after seven in the evening.

Theosophical society

Theosophical society

 

F2 at Valmiki Nagar:

               This place always has poor lightning, narrow roads, and the poorly painted house where a woman is said to have committed suicide might make up for a good movie script, but we are talking about a supposedly real haunted house in Chennai. The sobbing sound of the girl has been heard during the night with screams. Many people have been reported that their mobile networks are blanked out and the screens start flickering when they pass by this place.

F2 at Valmiki Nagar

F2 at Valmiki Nagar

 

Wipro CDC5:

                A technology park is the least expected in the Chennai spook sags, especially by people who are practical thinkers and rubbish the rumors. There is a human figure with a shadowy existence who has been spotted walking in the streets of the Wipro premises sometimes among his techie colleagues. The guards have experienced the fever, cold, shivers, and bodily damage post their tryst with the night trooper.

Wipro CDC5

Wipro CDC5

 

East coast roads in Chennai:

                    Many of them have termed the east coast two-lane road as a ghost road because of its notorious inclination towards paranormal activities. But today’s fact is the road that is a highway in ECR that connects Chennai and Puducherry. All the people who love driving may love this road to drive but many don’t know the hidden haunted side and the experience of the paranormal activities of this road.

East coast roads

East coast roads

 

Anna Flyover:

              This bridge is found in the middle of the city, which starts from the leading Pivotal Mount road, This place is said to be reached in paranormal experiences and stories. The most expected horror story starts from the St.Thomas National Shrine a half-constructed building facing the flyover which is desolated is rife with tales of suicides.

 

Anna Flyover

Anna Flyover

Besant Avenue Road:

                  This road is quite popular with everyone, but the feelings and experiences may vary. Some may have had a horrible experience while traveling. Many people who are residing in this place are still afraid of this place. Many incidents have been reported during the day and night, which makes this place still more haunted one.

 

Besant Avenue Road

Besant Avenue Road

 

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